13 Beaches In Valencia For A Perfect Seaside Day Out In 2024!
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Valencia Beaches

El Cabanyal Beach, Las Arenas Beach, La Malvarrosa Beach, Port Saplaya Beach, El Saler Beach, Sagunto Beach, Pinedo Pueblo Beach, L´Arbre del Gos Beach, El Saler Beach, La Garrofera Beach, La Devesa Beach, Sagunto Beach and more.

The third-largest city in Spain, Valencia, enchants visitors with its beautiful Valencia beaches, abundant charm, and astonishing array of activities. Valencia's gorgeous beaches are one of the main reasons why it has grown to be a very sought-after destination in Europe for a break from the busy city life. There are miles of velvety-soft city beaches along a promenade lined with palm trees, some of which have even received the blue flag. Visit the Las Arenas beach known for its stunning blue waters and immaculate sands, perfect for spending a relaxing day under the sun. For the thrill seeker inside you, Sagunta beach offers a number of activities and water sports such as scuba diving, wind surfing as well as pedal boating on El Cabanyal beach.   

Blessed with the benefit of having 300 sunny days in a year, you can enjoy a peaceful vacation on some of the best beaches in Valencia such as La Malvarossa having the city’s largest beach stretch and La Devesa beach, an ideal place for nature and wildlife lovers. So plan a trip to this sunny haven in Spain and enjoy a serene time at the many sandy beaches here.

Here is the list of best beaches in Valencia:

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El Cabanyal Beach

  • One of the most lively Valencia beaches, El Cabanyal offers a number of activities such as pedal boating and mast ship rides along its lovely coast.
  • A walk around the beach will give you an insight into the culture of the Valencian life
  • You can even take a tour of the fisherman’s quarters of El Cabanyal when you visit the beach
  • Along the promenade, you'll witness a variety of beach activities as well as people swimming and tanning. There are also travelling bands of Gypsy musicians setting up for performances.
  • A day by the water is best ended by staying for the sunset and taking a stroll along the marina.

    Location: Passeig de Neptú, 3, 46011 València, Valencia, Spain

Las Arenas Beach

  • Located just 2 km away from the city centre, Las Arenas is one of the most urban and upscale Valencia beaches.
  • It is a sandy, golden beach having enough space for everyone to relax in a clean and safe environment.
  • The hotels behind the promenade are crowded with tourists throughout the summer when paella is served in abundance at coastal eateries and revellers party until dawn.
  • The beach has numerous facilities like volleyball courts, sun loungers, snack bars, etc as well as a beautiful promenade dotted with cafes, restaurants and bars

    Location: Between the port of the city (Juan Carlos I Marina) and the famous Malvarrosa Beach

La Malvarrosa Beach

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  • Among the three city beaches in Valencia, Playa de La Malvarrosa is one of the best beaches in Valencia.
  • You may experience the city's largest beach stretch on this 2-kilometre-long beach.
  • The gently sloping beach is especially well-liked by families with young children, and the sea is clear and glistens in dreamy azure marine colours.
  • There are a variety of things you may do on this gorgeous sandy beach, including volleyball, soccer and playground games for children.

    Location: Situated nearby to el Cabanyal and Beteró
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Port Saplaya Beach

  • Located towards the north of the city, Playa Saplaya beach is just 4 km away from the northern end of the city beach
  • Due to its prime location just in front of the charming Port Saplaya, popularly referred to by locals as the "Venice of Spain," it has an extraordinary ambience that is unmatched.
  • The main attraction here includes the various holiday homes painted in perky colours that provide a sharp contrast to the shining blue sea and brown sand.
  • Enjoy some time away from the hustle and bustle of city life on this serene beach, especially in the pre-season when you can enjoy a relaxed vacation here
  • Due to its close proximity to the city, Port Saplaya is a popular destination among locals and tourists for bicycle tours from Valencia city.

    Location: Located in the eastern part of the municipality of Alboraya, about 5 km northern from Playa de la Malvarrosa

Pinedo Pueblo Beach

  • A must visit place close to Valencia city centre, Pinedo Pueblo beach is one of the best beaches in Valencia located close to the mouth of the Turia river.
  • Pinedo Pueblo beach, a 1.5 km stretch that is perfect for beach hopping and a relaxing day, is well known as a fishing and farming community.
  • One of the few dog-friendly beaches in or near Valencia, Pinedo also has a recently built promenade that is great for year-round strolls.
  • The Valencia Royal Sailing Club and the city port, which serve as a windbreak for the north, are located south of the beach.

    Location:  Located south of the port and the Royal Sailing Club of Valencia

L´Arbre del Gos Beach

  • Another nude beach of Valencia, L’Arbre del Gos beach is situated south of Pinedo beach and quite close to the La Albufera natural reserve.
  • Well known as the gay beach, it is one of the many Valencia beaches having a peaceful and quaint environment.
  • It has been given a blue flag for environmental quality and has excellent bathing establishments equipped with showers and restrooms, perfect for adults and kids to swim in the clear blue water.
  • This place is the perfect choice for a relaxing vacation as it is not very crowded and also close to the city centre

    Location: Near the first sand dunes of the Albufera Nature Reserve

El Saler Beach

  • With over 5 km of coastline, El Saler beach is one of the most popular Valencia beaches.
  • You will be amazed by the beautiful coastline of the beach offering unobstructed picturesque views and an extremely peaceful environment.
  • You may go on short excursions along the coast or take nature walks along the dunes.
  • One can try some exciting water sports such as windsurfing and swimming in the crystal clear water here while enjoying the cool breeze.

    Location: Located in Albufera Natural Park near to the city of Valencia

La Garrofera Beach

  • One of the most popular and best beaches in Valencia, La Garrofera includes the La Albufera nature reserve and the Valencia beach.
  • With the sea on one side and the serene Albufera lake on the other, La Garrofera is the ideal destination for those who enjoy the outdoors and wish to be completely at peace and relaxed.
  • The sunny and tranquil beach makes a great location for sunbathing and swimming while enjoying the panoramic vistas in front of you.

    Location: Diseminado Gola del Puchol, 19, 46012 Valencia, España.

La Devesa Beach

  • La Devesa beach is one of the most unspoilt Valencia beaches perfect for those who want to discover new flora and fauna.
  • The beach offers nature lovers much to explore as it is surrounded by wild trees, green beauty and a lagoon which houses several wildlife animals.
  • Nature lovers can conveniently explore the place and go swimming in the clear blue water.
  • For the adventure seeker inside you, visit the La Albufera national park’s tourist hubs which is close to the beach to gain an insight into the hidden natural secrets of the area.

    Location: Platja de la Devesa, 46012 València, Valencia, España

Sagunto Beach

  • Sagunto Beach, the beach furthest from Valencia's city centre, is a beautiful place to lie on the glistening sand and watch the sun rise.
  • Take a leisurely stroll or try scuba diving in the peaceful Mediterranean Sea.
  • Along with being close to the ocean, Sagunto is also well-known for its castle, Roman theatre, and Puerto de Sagunto.
  • Sagunto beach has vast sands along with a historical site that is the mediaeval castle located here.
  • A magnificent beach to walk upon, the promenade here is about 1 km along with crystal clear water.

    Location: Port de Sagunt, Spain

Patacona Beach

  • At the edge of Valencia, you will find the beautiful Patacona beach which is the natural extension of the Malvarrosa beach.
  • It is the ideal place for enjoying a few hours at the beach while still being close to one of Spain's most historical and enchanting  cities.
  • The area features well-managed bathing establishments that provide all the amenities for visitors to ensure they have a pleasant day at the clean and golden beach.
  • Visit the beach in the early morning hours when you will find a peaceful environment and a bunch of riders along the seashore.

Playa El Portet

  • The Playa del Portet is a charming little beach with all the amenities and a great ambiance, and it is a gem of the Costa Blanca.
  • Regarded as one of the best beaches in Valencia, Playa El Portet has clear blue water and fine sand perfect for swimming and sunbathing.
  • This gorgeous beach, which is about 20 metres wide and 350 metres long, is one of the favourites of all the tourists in Spain.

    Location: Beach in El Portet, Moraira

Levante Beach

  • Levante beach has a stretch of fine golden sand that receives all-day sun from the south and is surrounded by the calm seas of the Mediterranean.
  • It has all you need if you want to take advantage of Spain's summertime.
  • The main beach in the town of Benidorm, this beach has all the makings of an opulent nearby beach, whether it be the hammocks or a playground for kids to play in the sand.
  • The lively promenade, which runs opposite to the beach and is lined with restaurants and cafés, is constantly packed with people of all countries.

    Location: Located in the Eastern part of the coast Benidorm

People Also Ask About Valencia

  1. Which are the best beaches in Valencia?

    1. Playa de Las Arenas
    2. Playa de la Malvarrosa
    3. Playa de Patacona
    4. Playa de Pinedo
    5. El Saler beach
  2. Which are the best Valencia Beaches to visit with friends?

    1. El Cabanyal beach
    2. Port de Sagunt beach
    3. Las Arenas beach
    4. Playa de la Malvarrosa
    5. Pinedo beach
  3. What are the best water sports to try at Valencia Beaches?

    1. Do parasailing and paragliding on a boat tour
    2. Try Windsurfing and Jet Skiing
    3. Embark upon a Papilion Charter
    4. Take a surfing course at SUP and learn paddle surf and kitesurf
    5. Enjoy kayaking and swimming 
    6. Explore the beautiful lagoons of Valencia
  4. What is the best time to visit beaches in Valencia?

    The best months to visit Valencia for beach lovers are June and September. You'll be able to enjoy the loveliest weather and significant local celebrations while avoiding the busiest time of the summer. Every June, a vibrant Corpus Christi parade is held in Valencia. Mid-March, when Valencia is overrun with Las Fallas festivities, is another busy period in the city. The off-season, which runs from November to February, is the best time to visit if you want to explore the best beaches in Valencia without other tourists in tow.
  5. What is Valencia famous for?

    Valencia is well-known for the Valencia Cathedral, the City of Arts and Sciences, the Old Town, the Central Market, and for being the paella capital of the world. In addition, the city is famous for its odd museums, unusual festivals, lovely sunny days, and wonderful sandy Valencia beaches. Valencia, the third-largest city in Spain is a fantastic destination for vacationers thanks to its outstanding beachfront position and wonderful Mediterranean climate.
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